Veronica’s financial advice (The Four of Pentacles)

fridays with veronicaVeronica Noir, The Daily Tarot Girl’s evil counterpart, is here to kick some sense into you with her uncompassionate style of Tarot reading. She usually writes these half-drunk, so take her advice with a grain of salt…or a tablespoon!

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Hezicos Tarot by Mary Griffi

Are you tired of spending your hard earned money on totally boring things like insurance, taxes, RRSPs and toothpaste?

The Four of Coins nymph is here to suggest that you start spending your cash on the things that matter – lavish dinners, theater tickets, Turkish towels and gigolos!

That is what money was made for! Not all this boring shit that seems to consume 100% of your income. Good God!

Some people think the Four of Coins (aka Four of Pentacles) is about being cheap or feeling the need to pinch pennies. But it’s not!

Its about feeling pissed off that you have to spend so much money on totally pointless stuff that brings you absolutely no pleasure whatsoever. Like spending tons of money on a modest, unsexy car….so you can drive to work everyday.

So this weekend, blow your dough on something totally delicious. Something totally extravagant. Something totally….hedonistic!

In the comments below, tell me what one awesome thing you are going to spend your money on this weekend….and please don’t say “penny slots” or Doritos. Fuck!

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18 Responses to Veronica’s financial advice (The Four of Pentacles)

  1. Maria says:

    Don’t get me wrong, I know how I can have fun by myself, but it would be a lot more greater if Veronica was here with me to shake up some things! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

    Have a lovely sunday, lovely Kate!

  2. Maria says:

    I think it’s little sad that you always make excuses for Veronica Noir because I think she’s fabulous! Always straight to the point, she’s honest, maybe a bit brutal, but there’s nothing evil about here.

    She’s that kind of person who never friends up with others just to please them, and I like that with Veronica:) She is a girl you really can depend on, and I’m sure she’ll borrow her shoulders to you so you can cry in her arms before she take you out on a party so you can forget all about shit that happened.

    I wish I could have a friend like Veronica, but I don’t . . . πŸ™

    • Kate says:

      I guess I am kind of mean to her! She is an odd mix between the part of me that I feel I must hide from the world and who I wish I could be. I am really touched that you like her so much, Maria!

  3. Amanda says:

    I’m hoping to spend my money on my very own suitcase. Might not sound all that extravagant, but it’s a major step toward my solo travel plans for next year. (Never again shall I have to borrow one from my parents!)

    • Kate says:

      Make sure you get something cool though – not one of those boring black ones that everyone has – they are impossible to spot coming off the baggage carousels. I ended up tying large gingham bits of fabric to my handles so I can spot them, but its still hard.

  4. Maureen says:

    I’ve been looking for a sweater so that I can wrap it around me on cooler nights. Or, I can wear it when I go outside and take some glorious fall pictures with my NEW camera. (I am way ahead of you on buying something for myself.)

  5. Csaba says:

    A former colleague of mine is returning from Ireland after a real long time, so we’re gonna have a lavish dinner first and get real fucked up at a pub afterwards.

  6. SueM says:

    $20 on my psychic Saturday class. Money well spent. Yay!!!

  7. Liz says:

    Funny you should mention toothpaste, I was so annoyed yesterday at seeing my regular toothpaste at Β£3.50 a tube (I have sensitivity so can’t buy the cheaper stuff) that spent the money on nail polish instead, vowing to go home and cut the ’empty’ tube open. I bet I can get another week’s worth out of it πŸ˜‰ Not extravagant but my new lemon nail polish certainly cheered me up!

    • Kate says:

      I think the special toothpaste is at least that much here in Canada, too. Well good for you for saying screw it, I’m buying nail polish.

  8. Anna T. says:

    I dnt have ant money. If I did, I would buy clothing.

  9. Zetta says:

    A cheap green velvet skater dress…because why the fuck not?

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